breathing space: a life of ease
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“I’m tired of starting each day with a focus, and then getting caught up in distractions.”
“I want to stop freezing up when feelings of overwhelm happen.”
“I keep putting huge expectations on myself.”
“How can I finally stick with things?”
“There’s always more and more to do, but with less and less time.”
These are the voices of overwhelm. This is what it sounds like, and it’s exhausting. When client after client shared with me that they felt this way, I created Breathing Space, a unique once-a-year course that’s about releasing overwhelm so that you can get to feeling more ease, more connection, and more confidence in your life.
We can’t shift those spaces by just by implementing a new time management strategy. Having a lot to do isn’t the whole problem, and most of us know at least one person who has a lot to do but who manages it with less overwhelm.
If you’re going to crack overwhelm, you’ve got to examine three pieces: feelings, belief systems, and self-talk. Shift those, and you will absolutely shift your life from overwhelm, to ease.
May 2013: Breathing Space-REGISTRATION ENDING APRIL 26th
Breathing Space is a different kind of course. Yes–knowing effective time savers and strategies for working with overwhelm is helpful, but this course is about shifting overwhelm from the inside, out. We start with examining the self-talk and belief systems that lead to feelings of overwhelm.
I guarantee you that anyone you know who’s really busy, but who does not feel perpetually overwhelmed, has a handle on their internal talk and belief systems. You can learn these skills, too.
- shift from overwhelm to ease, confidence, and focus
- stop letting the inner critic voices run you
- take back control over your life, even if you have a lot to do
- feel more present and alive in your day-to-day (because overwhelm isn’t running you, in the background)
Shifting overwhelm is about taking action to do things differently in four critical areas:
#1: Plug the internal energy leaks + get unstuck from internal critical voices and pressure.
#2: Plug the external energy leaks + create a to-do list that reflects a life you LOVE.
#3: Clear out the stuff that’s built up + liberate yourself from old mental clutter.
#4: Create a new system + see lasting change.
The Breathing Space course is built on these four areas. The course uses a combination of pro-active exercises and practices that you implement in your day-to-day life, AND real-time support on our weekly group calls.
Four weeks of (manageable) audio lessons and worksheets
Don’t worry, I make them very, very implementable. The last thing you need is more to do! Group calls will have topical themes, but they’ll also have open space for you to revisit any week’s lesson that you choose, even past weeks.
Four live, group coaching calls.
Each call will have a thematic focus that ties in with that week’s lesson, and it’ll be an opportunity for one-on-one support and feedback. Calls will be recorded for you to download later, and dates are: May 6, 13, 20th and then the 28th (to accommodate for Memorial Day weekend).
Calls will be recorded for you to download, in case you need to miss a date.
Week One: Shifting the Inner Critic + Stopping the Drain on Our Internal Energy.
Week Two: Going beyond the ToDo list + Saying no + Top Time-Saving Strategies.
Week Three: Clearing Mental Clutter + Releasing the Past.
Week Four: Creating Ease + Collaboration–The New Model
—— Registration is closed for the 2013 Circle ————-
Click the button to register your deposit for the 2013 Breathing Space Circle. This is the one Circle I’ll be running this year, and registration will end on April 26th. $200 includes a month of access to the exercises and audios (that will be yours to keep), as well as real-time, direct, live coaching during our weekly group coaching calls.
I look forward to meeting you!
“I am better able to let go of expectation around what I take on each day and what I set out to accomplish. I am able to recognize the things that are contributing to overwhelm and better equipped to move through it.”
“Kate, you did a wonderful job of providing us with great support around saying ‘no’ and creating space and time to think about our responses before we automatically said ‘yes.’ It was helpful to have a dialogue around what the inner critic says…and being able to practice that in a group was fantastic!”